Gerresheimer Puts the Adam Levine Fragrance Flacons on Show at Luxe Pack


Düsseldorf/New York - Gerresheimer is showcasing its latest glass and plastic cosmetic packaging designs at stand A11 in Luxe Pack New York's Metropolitan Pavilion.



"A good perfume flacon unites originality, elegance and spirit of the time. Customers searching for a new design are welcome to browse the extensive portfolio of glass packaging products that we have developed over recent years and decades for inspiration," said Nicola Balena, Sales Director Moulded Glass at Gerresheimer.



The Adam Levine bottle designed by Gerresheimer will be on show at this year's Luxe Pack in New York. Both the 50 and 100 ml bottles are unpretentious in design. The women's bottle has a straight, slim and rectangular form and is printed in two colors. The bottle for the men's fragrance is very similar, except that it is more compact in shape. With their silver mesh caps, both bear a striking resemblance to a microphone.



Gerresheimer is exhibiting an assortment of bottles, jars and other glass containers that it has developed for customers in the cosmetics industry over the last few months.



The Moulded Glass Division has three production facilities for cosmetics glass in Europe and China and two specializing in the production of pharmaceutical and cosmetic packaging products in the USA and India.



About Gerresheimer

Our Group has revenues of around one billion Euros and has over 11,000 employees at 47 locations in Europe, North and South America and Asia.  We use first-rate technologies, numerous innovations and targeted investments to systematically consolidate our strong market position.



Media contacts

Jens Kürten

Director Corporate Communication Marketing

Telephone: +49 211 6181-250

Fax: +49 211 6181-241

E-Mail: j.kuerten@gerresheimer.com



Marion Stolzenwald

Senior Manager Corporate Communication

Telephone: +49 211 6181-246

Fax: +49 211 6181-241

E-Mail: m.stolzenwald@gerresheimer.com

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